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Arrangements are being made
for a series of services to be held
here' by Revi E . Tennyson Smith,
of Birmingham, England.
St. Paul's Lutheran, church, has
voied a request that the N. C.
Lutheran Synod meet there next
May, and St. John's, church, of
Salisbury, has done likewise.
Rev. R. 0. Neighbour, of Macon,
Ga., who was recently extended a
call by the Baptists of Salisbury,
has accepted and will take up his
labors here about the 1st of May.
J. W. Brown, a bartender at H.
C, Trott's bar, knocked a travel
ing man from Asbeville down with
a bottle Saturday -night. He in
sulted Mr. Brown and was struck
on the head with such force that
it was thought for a time that his
skull was fractured. The traveler
was taken to the hospital for treat
ment and "Mr. Brown gave bond
forf his appearance.
i Col. T. H. Bam, inspector gen
eral, and Capt. W. F. Schley, of
the U. S. Army, will be in Salis
bury and iuspect the Rowan Rifles
Joe (Bame, colored, fell under a
train at Spencer Saturday morn
ing and th wheels came near cut
ting his foot off. -
The machinery department of
the Dixie Novelty Company is now
in operation. Much of the wood
working machinery, has not yet
The Southern's through freight,
No. 74, ran iuto seme loose box
cars uears Blacksburg, S. C, Sat
urday morning, besides wrecking
the engine and cars, killed VN. F.
Woo ten, engineer ; Mr. Lucas,
fireman j-nd Mr. Kain, brake
man. These men were well known
in Salisbury and Spencer.
In regard to the money recent
ly found on the old Jesse Beaver
place, near the Cabarrus line, in
Li taker township, we learn con
sisted of gold and silver and the
latest date on any one piece found
was 1862, The find was made by
a member of the Carter family
while digging in the chimney cor
ner preparatory to the planting
Of same flowers. James Carter-re-cently
bought this place and is
nowimaking-his home on it.
Last Wednesday a car -load of
Italians were taken down the Yad-.
kin road to be put to work at
Whitney, If the people there
abouts are "up-to-snuff" they
will put in a large crop of garlic
. and and onions this year.
G. W. Garland, Esq., who haB
occupied a room in the wooden
building, adjoining The Watch
man office, for several years, has
moved to .room 7 in the Washing
ton building. The .frame build
ing is to be torn away and a
modern, business block will be
built on the lot;
Adam and L. AC Wensil, of No.
5, township, Cabarrus county,
were in the city Monday
Z. A. Kluttz, of Organ Church,
was in the city Monday. He
brought his little daughter up for
treatment. Sunday evening 'she
fell and cut her lip. open on an
old wagon tire . Doctors Bra wley
and West dressed her wound and
it is hoped she will soon be well.
The People's Bank and Trust
Co. have decided to increase its
capital stock from $60,000 to
$75,000. They claim to have de
posits to the amount of $150,000.
This is a splendid showing for this
During the investigation of the
postoffice trouble at Gold Hill,
Rufus Honeycutt is temporarily in
charge. , .
JD. Ketchie, who lives near
Spencer," left yesterday, for Don
gplajl 111., - where he will spend
several months visiting his, broth
er, Henry L. Ketchie, v
j fered by the United Shirt and
I Collar Co.,. of Troy i N. Y., for the
most attractive display of their
The annual sermon to the
Woodmen will be delivered by
Rev. Geo. H. Cornelison,. of. Con
cord, in the First Presbyterian
church; April 29th. Rev. J. H,
Grey on this occasion will preach
in rvev. vornenson b uuufuu m
There are some eight or ten new
residences to be built in the North
Ward within the next few months,
and there are many others going up
all over the city, in fact too many
to keep track of. -
There was a big landslide on
the Western railroad, just east of
Swannanoa tunnel, Thursday,
which made it-necessary for trains
to go by way of Spartanburg,
causing much delay. In clearing
up the tracks a negro porter was
accidentally killed. -
The barn belonging to E. B. C.
Hambley, located in the rear of
his residence, was burned last
week. It and the feed stuff con
tained therein are a total loss, ex
cept the walls of the building.
Mr; Hambley presented tho fire
department with a check for $25
in token of its services.
Mrs. Annie Blackmer Ballew,
who has been making her home
in Salisbury for a year or mor,
has returned to Knoxville and
was married Tuesday of last week.
The groom is Chas. W. Garten, of
The marriage of Miss Nellie
Young, daughter of Frank Young,
of Davidson county, and John Y,
Herjfick, son of John A, Hedrick,
one of Rowan's most substantial
farmers, were married at the
home of the bride Tuesdav morn-
iug of last week.
Mrs. Lou Surratt and Stokes R.
Butner were married at the home
of the bride on Long street Friday
night, Esq. J. C. Kesler officiating.
To Cure a Cold in one Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quiunine
Tablets. Druggists refund monev
if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's
signature is on each box.
President C. C. Moore, of .. the
North, Carolina Cotton .Associa
tion, addressed a number of far
mers in the gand jury room at the
court house last Thursday after
noon, f Owing to the inclement
weatb er on ly a -f ew were out to
hear himr -His main plea is that
the farmers should get together
for their mutual protectioiPand
welfare. He clams that 11 cents
would bave"never'been realized if
it had not been for the cotton
association. No doubt he is right
and the farmers will do well to
hfed bis advice. An executive
committee, consisting of- the fol
lowing gentlemen, was appointed
to look after the association's in
terest in Rowan, to-wit : Messrs.
L. E'. Fisher, J. C. Miller, R. A.
Raney, S. A. Earnhardt and J.
H. Frick, and organizer, W. T.
results from chronic Constipation,
which is quickly cured byDr.Kings
New Life Pills. They remove all
poisonous germs from the system
and infuse new life and vigor ;
cure sour stomach, nausea, Head
ache, dizzlnessand colic, without
griping or discomfort. Guaran
teed by all druggists.
Notice to Advertisers.
Changes of advertisements, to
"receive proper attention, should
be received at the office on ' Mon
day. Tljis is very important and
we hope our friends will observe
it as near as possible.
Having this day qualified as execu
tor of the estate of David M. Parks,
deceased, notice is hereby given all
persons having claims against &aid
estate to present the same to the uu
dersigned on or before April the 3rd,
1907, or this notice will be plead in bar
of their recovery. All persons indebt
ed to said estate are hereby notified to
call and settle at once.
This April 3rd, 1908.
W. H. Parks, Executor,
6t pd Glass. N. 0 R. F. D. No. 1.
R. Lee Wright, Attorney.'
Mr. Wright Sells His Drugstore Interest.
Messrs. W. R. Wilkins and E.
V. Barnes, wha have been in
n V Q T"rro o f Vl r QaliaKni.Tr Hiinn -On
forXut; yeTr, haveJ phased i M?S PENNYROYAL PELS
the interest of G. W. Wright in
the firm. Messrs. Wilkins and
Barnes have conducted themselves
creditably during their stay -here,
have proven themsjelTves ; worthy
citizens and deserve to succeed.
Sa.fo Bind reliedle they
overcome weeJcrvess, In
crease vigor, banish pains.
No rethedy equeJs DR.
MOTTS PENNYROYAL PILLS
Sold by Druggists and Dr. Motts
Chemical Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
Park, David, a highly respected
farmer, of Atwell township, died
at home in in Enochvilie Monday,
March 26th, Mr. Parks was 69
years of age and leaves two sons,
Messrs. John and Homer Parks,
$he funeral was held on Tuesday
following his death and his re
mains were laid away at Coddle
C OTTTT O N
Increase Yoarl2iia v!iUlGX
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Communion at Grace.
Communion services will
held at Grace E. L. Church on
Easter Sunday. All are invited.
A new camp, Woodmen of the
World, was organized last Wed
nesdav night. It starts out with
28 charter members.
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for the office of County :
Commissioner subject to the ac- '
tioirof the Democratic primaries ;
and convention. i
Louis D. Peeler. 1
well as all the way ua to the very tot
ranches of the
It Is a well known fact that cotton,
or any other crop, produced with Vir-
f inia-Carolina Fertilizers will bring
he highest possible price on the mar
ket. Make healthy, strong, well-de-
veiopea, eariy cotton, with lull grown
bolls on the fruit limbs at the base as
and tip ends of the di
cotton plants, by liberally using
They contain all th e materials neces
sary to supply to your land the ele
ments which nave been taken from It
by repeated cultivation year after year.
These fertilizers will greatly "increase
your yields per acre." Accept no sub
stitute from your dealer.
Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co.
Richmond. Va. Atlanta, Ga.
Norfolk, Va, Savannah, Ga.
Durham, N. C. Montgomery, Ala
Charleston, 8. 0. Memphis, Tenn. '
Baltimore, Md. Shreveport, Ia.
Why not make an effort to get the sewing machine we are going to give away? If you do not need it
help some neigHbor to get it.- If you want further information write or come to see us.
There's a Reason for
Burt's New Shoe Store, 127 .S''
Correct Styles that Fit and Satisfy Prices Reasonable.
Cut this ad out and bring it to us and we will give you a nice book cover for it
a family affair
that's what this New SHOE STORE
A place where the whole family can obtain Stylish,
Dependable footwear ECONOMICALLY PRICED.
OUR PRICES range as Low as good quality
will admit of NO LOWER, jinder any
We solicit your patronage and shall endeavor to merit it.
North Main St
hes stood the test 25 years. Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Million
bottles.. Does this record of merit appeal to you? No' Cure, No Pay. 50c
, " ttncloeed wbh every bottle fa a Ten Cent, packose of Grove's Black Root. Uver Pffls.
mm aw mm . ai - t -".. -m. 'haai "mmmr:z- ... , j
As you'read tHis ad. permit
me to thank you for your many
kind favors during the past
year, and as 1906 grows older
we trust to merit a continu
ance of your patronage. Our
aim is to furnish our friends
with the best merchandise to
be had for the money.
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f .We now have.
JUST RECEIVED fl BIG LINE
of Pretty White Goods
for waists and suits. Big line
of pretty Shear India Linens
10 to 35. Big . lot of Dress
Ginghams and apron checks 5
to 10c. Big line of Embroid
eries at right prices Big lot
- of white . Connter panes. Big
line of Beautiful Eolines for
evening dresses, all shades.
Pretty line of Silk Gingham s.
Big line of Percales 6 to 15c
the yd, just the thing for boys'
waists and men's shirts. Our
stock of Spring Wool Dress
Goods is fully up-to date, also
our line of silks and Crepe de
chines. China Silk, all shades.
Our stock of Men's shoes,
the Keiths Konqurer, is now
complete. The best $3. 50 and
,''$4.50 shoes on the market. Our
line of Selz shoes are the most
comfortable footwear made. ;
You should see these two lines
before buying elsewhere. 4
Don't forget we handle the cele
brated Eclips Shi-rt, guaranteed to '
fit. Big line of dress-suit cases from
$1.00 to $15.00 each.
Remember we are yours to please.
so come and see cur line and we will j
show you through and give you I
prices to suit. .Respectfully, I
NEW SPRING GOODS.
We have received and put on display, our new Spring line
of goods. j
You wiJl find that it is not only complete, but the -patterns
in some of the linos SURPASS anything that we have carried
in the past, and especially of the JEWELRY and the SILVER
lines, they are RARE works of ART,
The Price on all SILVER goods advanced in January 10
but the price to vou is the same as last year, for we positively-"
have not- marked the prices up. !
Our stock is so ELEGANT and COMPLETE, that it will
be to your interest to see it; even if you do not wish to pur
chase. . The Ropds are RIGHT and the PRICES are RIGHT.
We also wish to keep before you, the fact that we are the
LEADING OPTICIANS of the city, and are prepared to cor
reot your defective vifif on.
G0RMAH & GREEW,
. Leading Jewelers and Opticians,
ftrll .bury, - Spelioer. 3VXtx-iox2-, S3 G .
There is no larger or better stock of Chairs in
the State than can be found in this store. We
have good chairs cheap, better chairs cheap and the very
best at reasonable prices. We have ornamental chairs and
O chairs for good hard service.
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8 FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING.
Our Chinaware Department is hard to
beat. Our Dinner and Toilet Sets are
splendid specimens of the decorators ar
and the potters best efforts, trices to suit
every one. Come in. and look us over.
Dealing in Karnitnre ie ona main line. It is onr aim to
faruish all with comforts for the home, but oar list of at-
call and give us .the pleasure of showing you our stock.
O We also deaL irCoffins and. Caskets and do embaTming.
O . s Yours to serve,
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